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BBC Backstage podcast: DRM and the BBC

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Ian Forrester Ian Forrester | 17:07 UK time, Monday, 12 February 2007

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The first ever BBC Backstage podcast kicked off in fine style on Wednesday 7th February.

We invited some of the most vocal backstagers in the long running debate over DRM, to come and join us at the BBC to discuss face to face what they felt about DRM and the BBC. The hour long discussion around DRM and the BBC included,




You can subscribe to the RSS feed here or you can download and remix the MPeg3 file or the Ogg Vorbis file. Both are licensed under creative commons attribution. So as long as you credit backstage.bbc.co.uk, your good to go. There is also a broadcast audio version which you can download if you really want better quality that 128k Mpeg3 or Ogg. The videos are also now up in low quality and high quality. We also have some great action shots from the debate...

Dave tries to reason with Michela

Miles asks some difficult questions

Dave

Brian prepares to answer James

Tom listening to Brian

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